Origin: Madagascar Botanical Name: Syzgium Aromaticum
Clove comes from the latin word clavus meaning nail because cloves resemble nails. A clove is the still-closed bud from an evergreen tree that flowers twice a year. They have a distinctive scent, pungent and woodsy with a sweet, peppery taste. It takes only a few cloves to add aroma to a pot of savory stew. Always remove the cloves before serving.
Cloves are also a welcome addition to potpourri and all manner of herbal crafting.
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